B&C Morning Show: The Roller Coaster Ride That Is The Knicks Continues
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Since Boomer & Craig signed off the air Friday morning, a ton has happened with the New York Knicks. On the court the Knicks were 1-1, beating down the Cavaliers in Saturday night at the Garden after falling to the Hawks Friday night in Atlanta.
Prior to Saturday night’s tip, Knicks fans were informed that Jeremy Lin has a torn meniscus in his left knee and will need surgery, shelving him for the remainder of the regular season and likely the playoffs, assuming the Knicks make it. The Knicks organization would have you believe that Lin could return if the Knicks are to make it to the second round of the playoffs, but according to Craig that is not realistic.
One would have to admit that the timing of the news was a bit peculiar, considering the deadline for season ticket holders to purchase Knicks playoff tickets was March 28. Craig is one such season ticket holder — and he read aloud the letter he received from the Knicks pimping their playoff tickets, complete with a glossy photo of the aforementioned Lin, who they knew would be out.
So with Boomer waking up in Boston this morning after celebrating his son Gunnar’s 21st Birthday last night, it was Craig flying solo, complaining about the Knicks blatantly lying to their fans and trying to figure out why…
LISTEN: The Roller Coaster Rider That Is The Knicks Continues (04/02)